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5 Enlightened Linux Distros

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Regular readers know I’ve been using Linux, trying to get another year or two of decent performance out of the Coal-fired pentium I use around the house.

I really wanted Enlightment(E17) on my machine. Besides the graphic flair, its supposed to be lighter weight than either KDE or Gnome, and I thought that I would see a performance bump. So When BugNux developed their own package to install Enlightenment on PCLinuxOS, I jumped on it.

I Haven’t looked back. Enlightenment is a neat, fast Desktop that works well. Yeah, it looks like a Mac. But it works. And that’s all I’m Looking for right now.

So Here’s a list of five Linux distros that feature Enlightenment for you to check out:

* OpenGEU: Described above, OpenGEU quite simply rocks and looks better than anything else out there . Use the Live CD at the local coffee shop to turn heads and impress all the artists working behind the counter.

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